Pictures of Colnagos

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Sjoerd
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by Sjoerd

I know it's a crappy picture but it's the only recent one I have. My Colnago Extreme-C in size 59, atop the Panarotta.

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Gary71
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by Gary71

Here is my humble Master (my latest edition to the harem). Although, not a weight weenie - she doesn't disappoint. I am still messing around with the stem until I get the right stem stack.
Although I love the PR99 paint scheme - I miss not having a flying man on the top tube.
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coriordan
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by coriordan

How bizarre the thumbnail is upside down but when you open it right way up.

Gary71
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by Gary71

coriordan wrote:
Fri Sep 14, 2018 10:23 pm
How bizarre the thumbnail is upside down but when you open it right way up.
I have tried to fix it and failed to my frustration......., I think it is some kind of WW moderator 'sic' joke - just because I live in the land down under!

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Klaster_1
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coriordan wrote:
Fri Sep 14, 2018 10:23 pm
How bizarre the thumbnail is upside down but when you open it right way up.
I have the same grudge against thumbnails, so I investigated the issue and solved it with a userscript (see my signature). Long story short, if the image has orientation EXIF metadata, browsers will rotate it accordingly, but only when opened in a separate tab. There's a CSS rule called image-orientation: from-image which I applied to thumbnails in order to fix the undesired behavior, but none of the browsers except for Firefox support it. Another solution might be to factor EXIF orientation in when thumbnails are generated.
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Nejmann
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by Nejmann

Just build this. My plan was to go with SR12, But wasn’t ready for a 50% hit on the etap/quarq.
Future plans is gipfelsturm and eebrakes or sr12 with Bora and offcause dial in the fit.


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coriordan
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by coriordan

Nice bike but strange perspective as the ground is not level but the TT is

Gary71
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by Gary71

coriordan wrote:
Sun Sep 16, 2018 6:34 pm
Nice bike but strange perspective as the ground is not level but the TT is
Good observation. The front wheel must be further away from the wall than the back wheel and he's lined his camera up with his toptube when taking the picture?
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shipley
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by shipley

Does anyone know the paint code of my C59 ? Thanks in advance
(Excuse the old pic - steerer has now been cut etc.)

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

It's GDYB. One of my favourites!

shipley
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by shipley

Great ! Thanks for that

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by Mikeysanders

From where youd rather be

3zel
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by 3zel

My Colnago type???
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It's a steel cyclocross colnago size 57
but no idea what type or year somebody?

3zel
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by 3zel

My C40
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chris8382
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by chris8382

3zel wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 8:42 pm
My Colnago type???
It's a steel cyclocross colnago size 57
but no idea what type or year somebody?
That’s great. Have no idea what year or model, but looks like a lot of fun. Hope you enjoy it. Let me know if you need to off-load that at any time.....
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